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1997
Verghese, P., & Stone, L. S.. (1997). Spatial layout affects speed discrimination. Vision Research, 37, 397-406.
Szeliski, R., & Coughlan, J.. (1997). Spline-based image registration. International Journal Of Computer Vision, 22, 199–218.
Brabyn, J. (1997). Technology as a Support System for Orientation and Mobility. American Rehabilitation, 23(3), 26-30.
Yuille, A. L., & Coughlan, J.. (1997). Twenty Questions, Focus of Attention, and A*: A theoretical comparison of optimization strategies. In Energy Minimization Methods in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (pp. 195–212). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
1995
Verghese, P., & Stone, L. S.. (1995). Combining speed information across space. Vision Research, 35, 2811-23.
Hou, C., & Fang, Q.. (1995). Development and detection of stereopsis. Chinese Journal Of Strabismus & Pediatric Ophthalmology, 3(3), 141-44.
Brabyn, J. (1995). Orientation and Navigation Systems for the Blind: An Overview of Different Approaches. In International Conference as Navigation Technology for the Blind (Keynote Paper). Royal National Institute for the Blind: U.K.
1994
Mackeben, M., Colenbrander, A., & Schainholz, D.. (1994). Comparison of three ways to assess residual vision after macular vision loss. Low Vision-Research And New Developments In Rehabilitation", Kooijman Ac Et Al.(Eds.), 51–58.
Heinen, S. J. (1994). Evidence of a timing mechanism for predictive smooth pursuit in frontal cortex. In Contemporary Oculomotor and Vestibular Research: A Tribute to David A Robinson.
Szeliski, R., & Coughlan, J.. (1994). Hierarchical spline-based image registration. In Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1994. Proceedings CVPR'94., 1994 IEEE Computer Society Conference on (pp. 194–201). IEEE.
Mackeben, M., & Colenbrander, A.. (1994). Mapping the topography of residual vision after macular vision loss. Low Vision - Research And New Developments In Rehabilitation., 59–67.
Jampolsky, A., Norcia, A. M., & Hamer, R. D.. (January 1, 1994). Preoperative alternate occlusion decreases motion processing abnormalities in infantile esotropia. Journal Of Pediatric Ophthalmology And Strabismus, 31(1). http://doi.org/10.3928/0191-3913-19940101-04

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